PC Teacher Training Course

J. Hobbs hobbsj at efn.org
Fri Jun 15 14:26:47 EDT 2001



>*** Thank-you for forwarding/posting this notice to people who might 
>be interested.  Sorry for any cross-postings!***
>
>Due to an overwhelming response to the  recent Teacher Training at 
>Island Mountain Institute (in California),  we decided to offer 
>another course this July in Oregon. 
>
>Dates: July 28th-Aug 3rd, 2001
>Location: Mountain Grove Centre, Glendale, Oregon
>
>Permaculture is poised for a quantum leap, yet there is a shortage
>of Permaculture teachers to spread the word.  Through this Teacher
>Training, PC Design course graduates will learn a whole systems
>approach to teaching Permaculture courses with a focus on team teaching.
>PDC graduates attending this course will be eligible for a Teacher 
>Training Certificate.
>
>Topics include:
>* Philosophy & Ethics of Instruction
>* Adult Learning Styles
>* Marketing, Economics & Planning
>* Presentations & Facilitation
>* Organizing Modules & Handouts
>* Time and Participant Guidance
>* Exercises and Visual Aids
>* Evaluations and Feedback
>* Tricks of the Trade
>* Keeping Up the Spirit
>* Staying Healthy
>Instructors:
>Jude Hobbs is a horticulturist, permaculture designer, and 
>instructor. Since 1982, her firm,                 Cascadia Landscape 
>Design, has focused on environmental design solutions for urban and 
>rural settings. Jude has offered Permaculture workshops and courses 
>throughout the West for 12 years.  Her teaching techniques are based 
>on developing curricula that encompass diverse learning styles. 
>Jude has authored A Guide to Multi-Functional Hedgerows and tends a 
>forest garden in Eugene, Oregon.

>Tom Ward is an enthno-botanist, eco-forester and PC designer.  He 
>has extensive multi-cultural experience in the USA and overseas.  He 
>is the author of Greenward Ho: An Ecological Approach to Sustainable 
>Health.  Tom has developed curricula for PC courses at Laney College 
>and D-Q University in  California.  He has taught Permaculture 
>Design Courses for 15 years and is based in Ashland, Oregon where he 
>continues to build an ecotopian culture.
>
>
>Mt. Grove Centre is an educational center surrounded by 450 acres of
>forested land, streams and ponds.
>
>Schedule: Saturday 2:00 PM to Friday 9:00 PM
>
>Fee: $565 or $515 (if registered by July 13) Includes instruction,
>handouts, camping and meals.  Limited parking, $20 refund if you carpool.
>
>For more information contact Heather at: (541) 484-7365 or 
>foodnotlawns at yahoo.com
>
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>REGISTRATION FORM
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>Enclosed is my tuition of $____________
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>Name___________________________________________Phone # ______________
>
>Address________________________City______________ State_____Zip_______
>
>Please make checks payable to: Food Not Lawns
>and send to: 165 N. Grand, Eugene, OR 97401
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